Thirtyfive bioretention facilities are planned in the Central Business District in areas draining to Whatcom Creek. The project is 75% funded by the Department of Ecology. Neighborhoods: Central Business District, York and Sehome.
The project is a roundabout at the intersection of Boulevard, State Street, Forest Street and Wharf Street designed toWharf Street Before Construction improve transportation safety and operation.
The project will complete pedestrian facilities between the Samish Urban Village and WWU by constructing approximately 2,700 LF of sidewalk on the north sdie of Bill McDonald Parkway between Ferry Ave and Byron Ave.
The 2013 Annual Overlay Program aims to maintain existing streets to protect the initial investment in the street and to ensure an adequate, quality driving surface for mobility and public safety. Neighborhoods: WWU; Highland Dr; Irongate and Sehome.
To provide improved safety for pedestrians at key intersections in the City, the Transportation Benefit District board approved funding for improvements at six intersections.
The 2012 Annual Overlay Program aims to maintain existing streets to protect the initial investment in the street and ensure an adequate quality driving surface for mobility and public safety.